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Troll Wall, from Salomon TV, documents Kilian Jornet’s first ski descent of the Fiva route in Norway’s Romsdalen Valley. The route is 5,500 feet tall, with an average inclination of 55 to 60 degrees, making it Europe’s largest vertical rock face.